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First Lutheran Church (Mt. Pisgah)

Early Indianapolis LUTHERAN residents called ABRAHAM RECK, a missionary who came to Marion County with a group of Maryland farmers around 1835-1836, to organize the first congregation for that denomination, Mt. Pisgah, in January 1837….

Exploitation (with Chris Hedges)

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and best-selling author, Chris Hedges discusses the defining characteristic of capitalism: exploitation. He explains how capitalism elevates sociopathic values, destroys the environment, degrades human life, and how the internal logic of capitalism ultimately destroys itself.

Photos from American Dirt appear at 10:20.

Mall’s End: What will retail look like without stores?

Retail is in a more precarious position than at any time since sociologists began documenting urban change. The sector’s struggles come at a particularly unfortunate moment: with renewed interest in the aging architecture of long-neglected urban centers, more people are moving to districts that seemed on the brink of abandonment a quarter-century ago…

First Lutheran Church (Mt. Pisgah)

Early Indianapolis LUTHERAN residents called ABRAHAM RECK, a missionary who came to Marion County with a group of Maryland farmers around 1835-1836, to organize the first congregation for that denomination, Mt. Pisgah, in January 1837….

Exploitation (with Chris Hedges)

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and best-selling author, Chris Hedges discusses the defining characteristic of capitalism: exploitation. He explains how capitalism elevates sociopathic values, destroys the environment, degrades human life, and how the internal logic of capitalism ultimately destroys itself.

Photos from American Dirt appear at 10:20.

Mall’s End: What will retail look like without stores?

Retail is in a more precarious position than at any time since sociologists began documenting urban change. The sector’s struggles come at a particularly unfortunate moment: with renewed interest in the aging architecture of long-neglected urban centers, more people are moving to districts that seemed on the brink of abandonment a quarter-century ago…

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